Pac-12 lands 5 teams in 2022 NCAA Baseball Tournament
The Pac-12 has landed five teams in the 2022 NCAA Baseball Tournament, with Stanford (2) and Oregon State (3) earning national seeds.
Here's a brief synopsis of what lies ahead for each squad. More to come on Pac-12.com.
Stanford — No. 2 Overall Seed
The Cardinal (41-14) hosts the Stanford Regional for the 20th time and will face Binghamton (22-28) on Friday, June 3. Stanford enters their 37th NCAA tournament appearance on a 16-game win streak. UC Santa Barbara (43-12) and Texas State (45-12) round out the Stanford Regional.
The road to Omaha begins on The Farm.
— Stanford Baseball (@StanfordBSB) May 30, 2022
Oregon State — No. 3 Overall Seed
The Beavers (44-15) open NCAA tournament play against New Mexico State (24-32) on Friday, June 3 in the Corvallis Regional. OSU will make its 21st NCAA tournament appearance. San Diego (36-18) and Vanderbilt (36-21) fill out the Corvallis Regional.
2022 Corvallis Regional
(1) Oregon State
(3) San Diego
(4) New Mexico State
— Oregon State Baseball (@BeaverBaseball) May 30, 2022
The Ducks (35-23) head to Louisville to take on Michigan (32-26) on Friday, June 3 in the Louisville Regional. Oregon is appearing in their ninth NCAA postseason tournament. No. 12 seed Louisville (38-18-1) and Southeast Missouri St. (37-20) are also in the Louisville Regional.
— GoDucks (@GoDucks) May 30, 2022
The Wildcats (37-23) secure back-to-back NCAA tournament appearances and will play Ole Miss (32-22) in the Coral Gables Regional on Friday, June 3. No. 6 Miami (39-18) and Canisius (29-23) are also in the Coral Gables Regional.
Tucson 🛫 Coral Gables
— Arizona Baseball (@ArizonaBaseball) May 30, 2022
The Bruins (38-22) open tournament play against Florida State (33-23) in the Auburn Regional on Friday, June 3. No. 14 Auburn (37-19) and Southeastern Louisiana (30-29) are also in the Auburn Regional.
The Bruins are headed to the Auburn Regional as a 2️⃣ seed!
— UCLA Baseball (@UCLABaseball) May 30, 2022
Here’s the full 64-team bracket, courtesy of @NCAABaseball
— NCAA Baseball (@NCAABaseball) May 30, 2022